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  • Rhona

    July 19, 2024 at 3:54 pm
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    Certainly. Here’s an example of a regular verb and how it is conjugated in different tenses:

    The verb “walk” is a regular verb in English. Here’s how it is conjugated:

    Present Tense:

    I walk

    You walk

    He/She/It walks

    We walk

    They walk

    Past Tense:

    I walked

    You walked

    He/She/It walked

    We walked

    They walked

    Future Tense:

    I will walk

    You will walk

    He/She/It will walk

    We will walk

    They will walk

    The key characteristics of a regular verb like “walk” are:

    The base form remains the same (walk).

    For the past tense, the verb simply adds “-ed” to the base form (walked).

    For the present tense, most persons use the base form, except 3rd person singular which adds “-s” (walks).

    For the future tense, the verb uses the modal “will” plus the base form.

    Regular verbs follow predictable patterns for conjugation, making them easier to learn and use compared to irregular verbs. This consistency is an important feature of regular verbs in the English language.

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